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Archive for July, 2010

Far from Ordinary

Finally our home renovations have reached the stage where Heath and I can start to think about color for each one of our rooms. Already we have chosen and applied paint to our recently finished hall bath. We chose a subtle green that complements nicely with the glass accent tiles and this past week, I chose a vibrant yellow–dandelion to be exact–for the downstairs powder/laundry room.

It took quite a bit of convincing to sway Heath on this bold selection. Due to this room’s small size, white porcelain fixtures, washer and dryer, as well as white cabinetry, I argued that the bright yellow would give the room a punch, but not in a bad way as the large areas of white would nicely offset the color. When we actually applied the paint to the walls however, I quickly began to doubt my decision.

What had I done? Our powder closely resembled a school bus but as we added back in the sink, toilet, appliances and cabinets, my initial shock was replaced with satisfaction.  If we chose this color in a large room, it very well might have been a mistake, but when mixed with the other components, it worked.

Sometimes, taking risks pay off. At our corporate and medical marketing and advertising agency, moving into uncharted territories is our specialty. Starting as a photography studio and expanding to the provider of digital marketing, eLearning, mobile, video, and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services we offer today, our team embraces change and risk in order to succeed.

Choose DDA when ordinary is simply not good enough.

Entry by: elise

Service Engine Soon

The “Service Engine Soon” light has been on in my car for about a month now and I am finally taking it to a shop to get checked out. My dad doesn’t have the proper tools to diagnose this kind of car problem at home and doesn’t like the new “computer” cars. He’s an old school mechanic and has only dealt with giant machines at his job. I haven’t noticed anything too different when I’m driving so I assume it isn’t anything dire. I mean it’s not a blinking light and it’s not the dreaded “Check Engine” light, so it’s probably just something like a sensor going out. I’m taking it to my dad’s favorite shop, which is locally owned and operated by one guy. I know he’ll tell the truth and give fair prices. Still it’s going to punch me in the pocket quite a bit I’m sure.

You can consider DDA your local advertising agency. We might not be comprised of a single man, but we couldn’t do all that we do with just one person. We need all 18 DDA staff members to pull off the media magic that we do. Being skilled in all the services that we offer would be impossible for just one person. I mean we work on 3D animation, video editing, digital photography, advanced programming, copywriting, custom web design, SEM, and more so we need a lot of different skill sets. Don’t worry if we aren’t local to you and your aren’t from Southampton because we are a local shop with a global reach. Our meetings can take place over the computer with live video and audio as if we we’re meeting in person. In this age, everything digital is at your fingertips no matter where in the world you are. This especially helps us, as we primarily deal with everything digital. So give us a call today and see what we can do for you.

Entry by: vinnie

Excellent Marketing and Advertising No Matter the Weather

I felt as though I was wading through soup this morning on the way to the car. Even though the heat has seemed to drop a bit; I feel like the humidity is presently at one of the worst points of the summer. Maybe it’s just easier to pick up on because the heat has dropped a bit? I don’t know. In any case, the stickiness is supposed to end and turn into a beautiful weekend. I can’t wait.

Meanwhile at DDA, there’s plenty of work to be done. I find it funny sometimes how oblivious to the weather I can be while at work. A few weeks ago, there were horrible storms, with drenching downpours and gusting winds. It was half through the morning before I realized what was going on outside. By the afternoon it had all cleared. They are calling for severe thunderstorms again today, but I doubt I’ll even notice if they pass through.

With so much innovative and cutting-edge work going inside these four walls, it’s no surprise that I don’t pay attention to the outside. Video production, website design and development, medical animations, and illustration, must continue on, no matter what the current outdoor conditions are. So, despite rain, sleet, sky-rocketing heat, snow, hail, ice, disgustingly high humidity, and whatever else Mother Nature throws our way, we keep plugging away, creating eLearning platforms with virtual medical simulations, interactive marketing, and universally compatible medical and corporate marketing and advertising services — the latter of which is thanks to Flash conversion and iPad and iPhone friendly development services through AppleSavvy.

At the end of the day, I will emerge into the real world once again,  and then the weather will have some importance. With a little luck the storms will have already moved through and the humidity will have dipped down, hopefully by a lot. Fingers crossed.

Entry by: toni


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